Get Nikon Z at B&H Photo. See also:
- Reader Comment: Nikon FTZ Lens Adapter vs 3rd Party Lenses — Autofocus Might Not Work
- Nikon Z7: the Emphasis on Lens Design for Video
- Nikon Z lens Line Roadmap
- Implications of Flange Focal Distance for Adapting Sony Mirrorless Lenses for the Canon Mirrorless RF-Mount and Nikon Mirrorless Z-Mount
- Nikon mirrorless
The fact that these mounts are announced and shipping concurrently with the release of the Nikon Z system suggests to me that a deluge of all sorts of lens adapters will follow—wonderful news.
MTF Services Unveils 4 WORLD FIRST Nikon Z-Mount Adapters for IBC 2018 with More to Follow
MTF Services is proud to announce the arrival of a complete range of 4 world-first lens adapters for Nikon’s new full-frame mirrorless camera system, the Z-Series, with further adapters following shortly after for maximum versatility.
6 World First Nikon Z-Mount Adapters from MTF - Including:
- PL to Z Mount
- Panavision to Z Mount
- B4 to Z Mount
- ARRI Bayonet to Z mount
Mike Tapa, Managing Director at MTF Services said: “Since the recent announcement of the exciting new Z-Series camera system, mount and initial lens products from Nikon, we have been working tirelessly to produce a range of adapters to open up the potential for filmmakers. We believe that Nikon has delivered a really interesting proposition with this new system and have designed the products with filmmaking in mind.
As customers spanning over a decade of manufacture would expect from MTF lens adapters, every aspect from design, to production and finishing of the brand’s products; the new Z Series lens adapters carry the exact-same level of British craftsmanship and build quality, ensuring years of sturdy and reliable shooting with each and every adapter.
The new range of Z Series lens adapters from MTF will be available to view during IBC 2018, which takes place between the 13 – 18th September at the RAI in Amsterdam and will be available to order at the end of September 2018. MTF will be found in hall 12, on Stand F72.
Shipping will coincide with availability of initial products from Nikon’s Z Series full-frame mirrorless system.
Mike continued: “Nikon has launched a ‘real’ competition series to Sony’s full-frame mirrorless system. We believe that coupled with the superior design and manufacture of our new range of lens adapters to broaden the shooting options for those with collections of rival glass, the new Z Series can quickly become a system of choice for many videographers and filmmaking applications.”
DIGLLOYD: the opening salvo and interesting position on the Nikon Z series.